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“In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” -Henry David Thoreau Earth Day, the day used to demonstrate support of environmentalism, this year Jesuit's Engineering Society, Fair Trade Club, and AP Environmental Science class banded together to bring our school's own exhibit at the 2019 Earth Day convention. The convention was held at Fair Park from the 20th to the 22nd,...
Some don't believe me when I tell them that I have had the pleasure of enjoying a meal of chicken and waffles, topped with a fried egg, and experiencing the fluffy flavor punch that came with a stuffed French crepe along with tasting the intoxicating bliss that Korean Brisket fries offers the strong punch of traditional German sausage, all...
"About two days before we opened I was sure it would be a disaster. I'm really glad I turned out to be wrong" - Andrew Brannon '19 on the double-feature that Jesuit put on for its spring production. On the weekends of April 20th and 27th, Jesuit Stage and Film performed their first double-feature, two murder mysteries. The first was...
“Teach us to give and not to count the cost.” — St. Ignatius of Loyola   Aptly displayed on the Jesuit Auction homepage, this revealing excerpt from Ignatius’ prayer demonstrates the larger goal for the annual Jesuit Auction: generosity. Jesuit Dallas strives to make admission available to all qualified applicants, regardless of availability to pay, and this auction goes a long way...
In the heat of finals and convocations, we often focus on the students’ experiences. The deadlines. The pressure. The rewards. But we tend to forget about the people who make it all possible, the faculty and staff. On May 18, Jesuit hosted its Faculty and Staff Appreciation Banquet. Along with dinner and presentations, 10 hard-working faculty and staff members received...
The Catholic Church recognizes the rights and responsibilities of humans in civil society. This teaching, the third of 7, encompasses many ideals promoted in both American political parties. This teaching includes, but is not limited to, one’s right to shelter, work, conscience, public assistance in times of need, and access to health care. This teaching, codified in the...
"It's an experience like nothing else at Jesuit." That's what Junior Carl Quist had to say about the Italy exchange program, which took place from March 4th to March 11th. During the two-week exchange, 10 students, seniors Reid Allison, Caleb Longwell, Parker Towns, Carson Ward, and juniors Mac Jordan, Mac McCormick, Chandler Fong, Carl Quist, David Reichert, and Gabe Guerrero,...
"Rugby is a game all about teamwork and support, because in order to go forwards you must go backwards." Jesuit Rugby, in their final stretch of their season, finished with a 2-2-1 record, ending the season on a reasonably high note. New Orleans and Harlequin Against New Orleans on March 3rd, the game was highly contested with neither side able to run...

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